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# (x - y)^2 < (x - y) ?

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\((x - y)^2\) < (x - y) ?

(1) (x - y) < 0
(2) (x + y) < 0

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14 Jul 2017, 09:40
(x-y)^2 < (x-y)

We can see that this can only happen when (x-y) lies between 0 and 1 hence we have to prove that
0<(x-y)<1

(1) says (x-y) is negative ...sufficient to solve the answer

(2) (x+y) is negative ...not sufficient

Hence A

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14 Jul 2017, 13:00
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papagorgio wrote:
\((x - y)^2\) < (x - y) ?

(1) (x - y) < 0
(2) (x + y) < 0

papagorgio , you've posted two DS questions in the PS forum...This one, and Nicky's test scores.
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14 Jul 2017, 13:07
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papagorgio wrote:
\((x - y)^2\) < (x - y) ?

(1) (x - y) < 0
(2) (x + y) < 0

papagorgio , you've posted two DS questions in the PS forum...This one, and Nicky's test scores.

Ah man I didn't scrutinize the section I was posting in.. I'll try to move them.

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15 Jul 2017, 05:35
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[quote="papagorgio"]\((x - y)^2\) (x - y)[/color]
Since we cannot answer the target question with certainty, statement 2 is NOT SUFFICIENT

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